Newsletter, 3/29/22

Residual Income = Freedom Lifestyle

What is the Freedom Lifestyle? Ultimately, it is to live life on your own terms. To do whatever you want, whenever you want (within the boundaries of the law)

6 Tips To Master The Freedom Lifestyle

What do you want?

    • Be able to work and travel anywhere in the world?
    • Buy a home or new car?
    • Have no financial worries for the rest of your life?
    • Give your loved ones a better quality of life?
    • Have more freedom of your time?
    • Be completely financially free?
    • Live comfortably?
    • Have a bigger impact for the greater good of the world?

Key Takeaways

    1. Figure out what you want freedom to provide for you
    2. Discover your life’s purpose (get clear on your why)
    3. Start an online business
    4. Surround yourself with like-minded people
    5. Invest in yourself
    6. Don’t neglect your health and fitness

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Why You Need Residual Income

Do you know the importance of “Residual income”? Let this sink in for a moment or two; The average millionaire has at least three streams of income and I can guarantee one of them is residual income. But, what’s the big deal? Well, this is capitalism we are talking about. It only really matters if you’re perhaps an entrepreneur and pondering the thoughts of truly making it big. Even if you’re simply trying to make a few extra bucks online, monthly recurring (residual) income is definitely the way to go. Check it out!

Residual income, for better needs partnership with a network marketing firm, which will help to uplift the finances. This is what will turn up your wheels. To develop this idea, you need to research in network marketing. Find the transition from trading time for money with marketing intended for a passive income. READ MORE


Why Residual Income is Important for Financial Independence

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How residual or passive income is important in improving your life and leading to financial.

How can passive or residual income improve my lifestyle?

In order to understand how passive income can increase your quality of living, it is first important to understand the difference between active and passive income.

Active income is when you trade your time for money. People who are paid hourly or by salary, are earning active incomes. They are either trading one hour of their time for a certain amount of money or one year of their time for a certain amount of money.

Passive income is when the work that you do ends up providing income for an extended period of time or, in some cases, indefinitely. READ MORE


Creating Your Freedom Lifestyle 

Freedom Lifestyle means having the freedom to live your life any way you choose. But, in a society that tries to influence and dictate our decisions, most people find it hard to define what it means to live any way you choose.

Most people, when asked to define their dream lifestyle, will try to customize what society says a dream life should be. Even the so-called gurus, who claim to help you find your unique way, merely give you a template based on societal norms.

Where do you want to live? How much money do you want to make? What brand of car do you want to drive? Where do you want to go on vacation? READ MORE


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Thanksgiving Newsletter

Happy Thanksgiving –

At this time of feasting, harvest, and joy I want to truly express my thanks to all of you for your support of possibilities, dreams, and a better way.

My beautiful friend Mr. Turkey is really a reminder to appreciate what we are celebrating because so many others do not, while, remembering to just enjoy the holiday –

We have a plan for after that release that 10 pounds once the scale shows the 10 pounds on Monday morning,

So many of you have asked for “the holiday cleanse” so here it is!!!.

Now if you want customized daily coaching to go to https://www.facebook.com/groups/freedomteamcoaching/ on Face Book and follow along.

Or if you want to receive a personalized email – okay just tell me so before Sunday send in the subject line: Coaching Holiday Cleanse at askmicheletoday@gmail.com  and you will have it.

Again Happy Thanksgiving to you and your family,

Michele Foster

10 Ways to Avoid Holiday Weight Gain

Experts say portion control is key when the temptations are endless.

It’s that time of year when extra calories lurk around every corner — frosted cookies at the office, eggnog at your neighbor’s, jelly doughnuts for Hanukkah or chocolates in your stocking. All these extras add up, and if you’re like most Americans, you’ll put on a pound or two by New Year’s Day.

So what’s the harm in a little holiday weight gain, especially if it’s just a pound? According to researchers at the National Institutes of Health, most Americans never lose the weight they gain during the winter holidays. The pounds add up year after year, making holiday weight gain an important factor in adult obesity.

But you don’t have to fall into this trap. It is possible to enjoy holiday goodies without putting on a single pound. “Portion control is the key,” says Susan Finn, PhD, RD. Finn serves as chairwoman of the American Council for Fitness and Nutrition. “I don’t believe you can’t eat food that you like — even indulgences — but it is the amount you eat,” she tells WebMD.

Of course, it’s not easy to go on portion patrol when the temptations are endless. That’s why WebMD compiled these tips to help you avoid overindulging.

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How To Fit Exercise Into Your Routine (No Matter How Busy You Are)

We all know by now that maintaining an active lifestyle should be one of our top priorities in life. Only by taking care of ourselves do we stand a chance of being the kind of person we strive to be on the job, at home with our loved ones and in our communities. But that doesn’t mean it’s easy.

Work, in particular, can get in the way of working out — in fact, there is a big paradox going on, and it becomes more obvious the more challenging (and exciting!) a job gets: On one hand, we struggle to find time to work out; on the other, we can’t afford to not exercise because it is integral to sustained success.

My co-author and I sought to get to the heart of this paradox — and figure out how to beat it — when we wrote Winning Without Losing: 66 Strategies for Building a Wildly Successful Business While Living a Happy and Balanced Life. We interviewed 25 high-powered workers from around the world who somehow manage to exemplify healthy work-life balance. Based on these interviews, we’ve put together six tips for how to fit exercise into your daily routine — no matter how busy you are with work.

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8 Traits of Healthy Relationships

From the desk of Michele Foster – 

 8 Traits of Healthy Relationships

Let’s start with kindness. How kind should you be? As kind as you possibly can. Who should you be kind to? To everyone, you come in contact with. From taxi drivers to hotel clerks to servers, to store clerks, to people on the street, in your office and at home. Be kind to everyone.

A kind word goes a long way. Perhaps somebody is having a bad day and you don’t know it. He or she is really feeling down and you offer a kind word. Maybe it’s just a friendly, “Hello, how are you today?” Maybe it’s just taking a minute or two to listen to what somebody has to say. But your few moments of attention could turn somebody’s day around. You might make them feel more worthwhile and important.

Be generous with your kindness. It will go a long way. People will remember, whether you know them or not. If you’re in a crowded restaurant and you’re especially nice to the waiter, he’ll remember you next time you come in and give you even better service.

When you give kindness, it’s not gone. It’s invested. It will come back to you two, five, 10, 100 times. Kindness is important in every aspect of your life, especially in building good relationships with others.

The next relationship-building essential is sensitivity. Allow yourself to be touched by the experience of others. Understand the plight of others. Open up your heart, mind and attention to the needs of others. Whether they’re people you work with or people you live with, you need to put yourself in other people’s shoes. Try to find out, if you can, what’s going on in their hearts.

If there’s a problem, you’ve got to be sensitive enough to ask some questions. One question might do it. Sometimes, however, you won’t even get through to the root of the problem until you’ve asked two or three questions.

People often won’t reveal the problem on the first question. You say, “How are you today? How are things?” He or she answers, “Well, everything’s OK.” You can tell by the way they say this that everything is not OK. Most of us don’t want to come right out and say what the real problem is, unless two criteria are met.

  1. We need to feel as though we’re talking to someone we can trust.
  2. We need to believe we’re talking to someone who really cares.

So it might just take a second, third or fourth question before the trust builds. Once the person finally understands that you do care, they’ll be willing to tell you what’s really going on. You’ll hear what’s really on their mind.

Asking questions up front can save so much time. Have you ever talked for an hour and then asked a question? You probably found out that you just wasted the previous hour. Learn to ask questions that will build the trust and communication between you and those you work with. Build trust and communication, and you’ll also build loyalty.

If you don’t know the other person very well, you will obviously need a longer questioning process. You need to take the time to find out what he’s all about. You must be sensitive to where he or she came from, what he or she has been through, and the tragedies in his or her life. If you really want to have an effect on people, start with where they are coming from. If they’re hurting, try to understand their pain. If somebody’s in trouble, you’ve got to start with the trouble.

Learn to express, not impress. If you want to touch somebody, express sincerity from the heart. When you try to impress, you build a gulf. By expressing, you build a bridge. People want to be able to relate their thoughts and philosophies and experiences to someone who will say, “Me, too. I know what you mean.” They don’t want your reaction to be, “So what?”

If you’re meeting someone for the first time, and you’re simply getting acquainted, here’s where you start: Find something you have in common. Find something you can both identify with.

When you’re talking with somebody who’s been stricken in the heart and you’ve had the same experience, you can talk about being stricken in the heart. Your words will mean something. They will have substance. They will have depth. If you start there, building the bridge with kindness and sensitivity, you have identification. You have the basis for a strong and fruitful relationship. And everyone will benefit.

Adapted from Leading an Inspired Life

This post originally appeared on SUCCESS.com.

To Your Health & Success.

Michele Foster
Health & Wellness Ambassador

Newsletter, January 2016

What IF?

  • You could be a part of a BIG IDEA  –
  • Have Great Energy
  • Meet A Challenge
  • Meet some New Friends
  • And, earn a minimum of $200 CASH!

I invite you to participate in the 2016 IsaBody Challenge and get your share of $200,000 in cash and prizes.

Check it out below…

Text me with quesitons 847.323.2419

What do you have to Lose?

  • excess holiday weight?
  • love handles?
  • bad moods!

I have done this challenge 6 times I LOVE IT – support, a plan, workouts, weekly calls and CASH!!!!

To your success,

Michele Foster

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Health & Fitness Tips

Home HIIT Workout Program for Weight and Fat Loss

hiit routineThis HIIT workout video enables you to burn a very high number of calories in minimal time – just twenty minutes.

The best part about this at home HIIT workout is that the benefits extend far beyond that third of an hour where you are actually exercising. High intensity interval training is popular because it actually ends up revving up your metabolism so that you burn calories at an elevated rate for hours after your sweat session is finished. Read More and watch the video…

4 Mind Shifts That Turn Adversity Into Advantage

victory2There is nothing worse than going through a difficult time in your life and feeling like it was a complete waste of effort. Adversity has a way of defeating us and making us feel used up. But somewhere inside, we want to be able to make sense of our difficulties. We want to make them count for something positive, that all the pain we endured wasn’t for nothing.

I used to think adversity was something I had to suffer through to experience happiness. I avoided adversity, for the most part, hoping it wouldn’t come. But it did. It came with a force. Ten years of mental and emotional abuse in my childhood left me feeling defeated and broken as a young adult. I wasn’t sure how to deal with it. I was often angry, defensive, and in survival mode most of the time. Read more…

The Best Foods to Fight Fatigue

green-teaExhaustion isn’t a good look on anyone, but it’s all too easy to burn the candle at both ends in the always-connected world we live in. And when that energy slump hits, you need help. But that doesn’t mean downing a dozen cups of coffee or reaching into the candy bowl.

Sugar and caffeine will give you a quick rush, but that’s often followed by a crash. So if you’re searching for sustained energy, look for food with complex carbs, protein, and fiber. We put together this cheat sheet of things to eat and drink to beat fatigue—and a few foods that sabotage your efforts to get pumped up. Read more…

Jim Rohn: Begin With Gratitude and Watch the Miracles Flow Your Way

victoryLearn to be thankful for what you already have, while you pursue all that you want.

Is thankfulness a survival skill? Maybe most of you would respond with, “No, thankfulness is not key to survival,” and I would tend to agree with you. Most of us have probably already solved the necessary problems of survival, gone beyond that and are now working to achieve our desires.

But let me give you this key phrase: “Learn to be thankful for what you already have, while you pursue all that you want.” I believe one of the greatest and perhaps one of the simplest lessons in life we can learn is to be thankful for what we have already received and accomplished. Read more…

Final Note: Don’t forget to contact Michele Foster with any questions you may have about Health & Fitness. Call: 847-323-2419

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